What will "boost" my resume if I am planning to apply to McKinsey in 2-3 months?
What can I add to my resume to pass screening?
But the best recommendation that I can give is actually to “bypass” the resume screening by getting a solid referral. With referrals you still go through a soft screening, but is more about minimum thresholds rather than only top X of Y resumes get invited to interviews.
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Can you clarify what do you mean with your question? Are you referring to how to write your CV in the best way to enhance your chances to be shortlisted for an interview or are you referring to which (extra-)activities can you try to perform over the next 2-3 months to improve your CV?
If it's the second option, please check the thread below where I've addressed that question:
"My question is basically is: what are examples of consulting projects I can do to add to my resume? Are there online resources or playgrounds I can accomplish in order to add it to resume?" >> I don't think you will benefit significantly from doing any online courses, as those will not be highly valued by McKinsey screening criteria anyway.
Try instead to get any (relevant) volunteer experience or do some consulting project at work/university if you can.
Scoring criteria are (for non-experienced hires):
-school prestige correlated with degree type or major
-prestige of internship companies and type of internship role
-leadership positions held at school or outside
-test scores (SAT, GRE, GMAT, LSAT, etc)
-awards and recognitions in academic/work fields
-extracurricular that show you are able to juggle between school commitments and intense time commitment outside school (e.g. track and field A team, chess master, etc)
depending how far out you are from graduation focus on the above in that order, or as close as you can.